Equine Rehabilitation Center

Students in the Equine Rehabilitation and Therapy program swimming a horse
Facility Type
Academics

The SUNY Morrisville Equine Rehabilitation Center (ERC) showcases the college’s signature equine facilities. One of the few publicly accessible equine rehabilitation facilities in the Northeast, the ERC offers equipment and rehabilitation techniques to keep healthy horses conditioned, and to help injured equine athletes recover post-injury or post-surgery.

The multimillion dollar complex, located on 103 acres of land three miles west of campus, boasts a 40,000-square-foot riding arena, stabling for 40 horses, and a 22,000-square-foot rehabilitation center building with classroom and administrative offices, a large rehabilitation treatment area and 10 stalls.

The facility offers a complete rehabilitation center furnished with modern equipment and therapeutic modalities, including aquatic therapies (underwater treadmill, cold saltwater spa therapy, and indoor swimming pool), therapeutic ultrasound, laser therapy, cold compression therapy, solariums, an 80-foot diameter exerciser, and therapeutic exercises.

The ERC is also home to the college’s thoroughbred racing management program, boasting a 140-by-300-foot indoor riding arena and a 31-stall barn.

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Programs

Equine student with her horse
Turn your lifelong passion into a marketable career path. If you have always loved and cared for horses (or even if you have just dreamed about them!), our Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech.) degree program in equine science will open the path for you to work in many equine careers while concentrating on horse breeding, training, nutrition and management. The program allows you to specialize in one of five concentrations:
Western riding students and their horses
Take it from the horse’s mouth: your equine career starts here. In the Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree program in equine science & management, you can take your love of all things equine to the next level.